Well, first, let me explain: this website was created back in 2004, when we was lacking an online archive with Winona information (specially being in a very complicated period of her life and career when fans couldn’t get proper news that was not gossips). Despite having revamped the gallery once or twice, we’re still lacking a lot, including better organization.
Last week I was browsing around, and saw we still have a lot of MQ sized pictures, some tagged pictures, duplicated pictures, and mostly pictures I collected wasn’t still added in our archive. So I decided to work a little bit
for a change, and complete our archive the best I can.
I will be redoing our entire public appearances category. Will remove all pictures and re-add, replacing for HQ/untagged pictures. Some, of course, will remain in small sizes because, as I said, the website is old and probably we won’t find them online anymore to replace, but some new/exclusive ones will also be added.
The first batch contains over 700 HQ pictures covering the years between 1987-1992. Some pictures are really exclusive on the quality we’re posting, so enjoy!
Public Appearances > 1987
Public Appearances > 1988
Public Appearances > 1989
Public Appearances > 1990
Public Appearances > 1991
Public Appearances > 1992
Other albums from 1994-2015 to be updated in the upcoming weeks. Keep checking and don’t forget to follow us on twitter @winonaforever_.
Time has published a very large and great interview with Winona (with the never used before title “making her comeback”). On the interview she talked about the show, her personal life, obviously about Johnny Depp, and nostalgia. Check it:
When you meet Winona Ryder, it’s hard to shake the feeling that she belongs to another era. It’s not just that she doesn’t appear to have aged a day since she reached icon status in the 1990s with films like Edward Scissorhands and Girl, Interrupted. It’s also the way she lives her life. She says that she still keeps old cassette tapes of important voicemails and bootleg VHS tapes of concerts. It took her an “embarrassingly long time” to figure out how to take a selfie on her phone. On the topic of the Internet she muses, “I do wonder sometimes if part of me didn’t want to have kids because it’s such a crazy world. You really can’t control what they see.”
Luckily for her, this era—that is, the present one—also belongs to another era. Nostalgia is the strongest tide in Hollywood, from sequels and reboots to original films that harken back to a bygone era—and nobody evokes the past quite like Winona Ryder.
Winona Ryder would have wed ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp if her parents hadn’t put an end to wedding talk.
In a new interview with Vogue magazine, the actress and her father, Michael Horowitz, discuss the Heathers star’s romance with Depp. And, although the family loved their daughter’s Edward Scissorhands co-star, they disapproved of the couple’s wedding plans.
In the article, Horowitz says, “They were the hottest couple in the United States at that time, like Brad (Pitt) and Angelina (Jolie)… You guys were cool.”
But Ryder recalls, “You stopped a wedding.”
The actress’ father responds, “We loved Johnny but you were 17.”
He later asks, “Was Johnny angry at us for stopping the wedding? We had dinner soon after, and I didn’t get a bad vibe.”
With two of his more famous ex-girlfriends shopping around the city arm-in-arm, Johnny Depp should probably avoid New York right now. Kate Moss and Winona Ryder were spotted perusing the racks at Marc Jacobs in NYC, clinging to each other as they walked through the store. While Moss looked amazing in a short black dress and flashy leopard jacket, Winona was a bit more incognito, hiding under a cap and big sunglasses… Continue Reading